Cicli Morini was based in northern Italy, near Florence. The man behind the beautiful frame which left the workshop in Pieve a Nievole was ceratin Ferdinando Morini, known for his skills with torch and file. Morini bicycles were often made to measure and Ferdinando didn't skimp on the Morini pantographes and logos.
Just like our Morini classic road bicycle from the end of the 70s. It is based on a beautiful frame made of Columbus SL tubes with elegant appearance, almost discreet. But when you look closely, you will find a heap of tiny details, referring to the brand.
When it comes to equipment, the story continues. Campagnolo Super and Nuovo Record parts been heavily customized and the chainring, seatpost and stem - they all have been pantographed. You also shouldn't miss the rare front derailleur with 4 holes and narrow clamp band, produced by Campagnolo just in 1978. What's more, the wheelset has been freshly laced in our Berlin workhop.
The frame has been refurbished and it received an ivory white paintjob. Both elegant and very nice to ride.
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